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181  QUILTING / Quilting: Completed Projects / Re: newbie tries to post pics-or my heart quilt on: January 06, 2006 02:10:19 PM
Yes it's all cottons-I would love to find the time to try it in flannel-
182  QUILTING / Quilting: Completed Projects / newbie tries to post pics-or my heart quilt on: January 05, 2006 04:47:00 PM


I saw this pattern in Clotilde sewing savay magazine and changed it a bit-love pink & black together.....

Hey this modify button works really well here's another pic-I hope....


darn it how'd I do that....

183  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: Blue/Magenta dress that Liv Tyler wore in "Plunkett & MacLeane" -- HELP!!!! on: January 02, 2006 06:42:41 PM
That sure looks a lot like irred. taffeta I've seen at local fabric sores like Joanns'.I really don't see the overlay of sheer It looks like one layer in the view I see.
184  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Discussion and Questions / Re: spray painting canvas material? on: January 02, 2006 06:36:16 PM
I've spray paintd lighter weight fabric and it worked fine. I sprayed lightly, a couple of coats and it held up fine. I'd go ahead-but you might try it on the backside or bottom or something to test it out.
185  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Re: Knitting without yarn? on: December 28, 2005 05:34:06 PM
I got a book from the library-it was how to knit with fabric- you cut the fabric into strips about 3/4 to 1" wide either with straight edge scissors or pinking shears. Then just knit as with anything. You can either sew the ends of each strip together or tie them in a small knot or slip knot them together. The book suggests rolling the long strip into a ball for ease of handling and I thought the ball was pretty nifty and didn't really want to unwind it! I tried it with a lightweight madras plaid fabric it was a unique look.
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